9 arrested in Georgetown County drug sting - WSPA.com

9 arrested in Georgetown County drug sting

Posted: Updated:

Nine people were arrested on drug charges in a 36-hour period starting on Wednesday, according to the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office.

Our media partners at South Strand News report the charges include distribution of crack, manufacturing marijuana, distribution of marijuana, distribution of marijuana within half mile of school, possession of crack, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and a family court bench warrant. Agents also reportedly dismantled a marijuana growing operation, seized more than 700 grams of marijuana, a small amount of crack, a 9mm handgun, a rifle, and one vehicle. Three subjects are still being sought.

Those arrested were: Ryan Britton, 31, of Pawleys Island; Richard Neal Cox, 65, of Andrews; Malcolm John Cromedy, 37, of Georgetown; Jon Michael Duvall, 18,  of Andrews; Albert Glen Lambert, 19, of Andrews; Marvin Martinez, 18, of Andrews; Ronald Lamount Mickel, 42, of  Georgetown; Casey James Smith, 23, of Myrtle Beach; Alston Hampton Tiller, 18, of Pawleys Island.

They were transported to the Georgetown County Detention Center.

  • Top StoriesTop StoriesMore>>

  • Woman Dies After Chesnee Wreck While Visiting Daughter

    Woman Dies After Chesnee Wreck While Visiting Daughter

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:12 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:12:44 GMT
    A 76-year-old Minnesota woman has died from injuries she sustained after she was involved in a wreck on Highway 11 and Parris Bridge Road Saturday.
    A 76-year-old Minnesota woman has died from injuries she sustained after she was involved in a wreck on Highway 11 and Parris Bridge Road Saturday.
  • Group Protests Woodruff HS's Flag Removal

    Group Protests Woodruff HS's Flag Removal

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 6:07 AM EDT2014-09-16 10:07:45 GMT
    On September 11, four students showed up at the school with U.S. flags flying from their vehicles. The flags were confiscated after officials said it was against school district policy to "draw attention" to one's vehicle.
    On September 11, four students showed up at the school with U.S. flags flying from their vehicles. The flags were confiscated after officials said it was against school district policy to "draw attention" to one's vehicle.
  • Congressman's Facebook "Over-Share" Causes Stir

    Congressman's Facebook "Over-Share" Causes Stir

    Monday, September 15 2014 11:09 PM EDT2014-09-16 03:09:03 GMT
    South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford is back in the spotlight and, once again, it's not about public policy.South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford is back in the spotlight and, once again, it's not about public policy.
    Congressman Mark Sanford is back in the spotlight and, once again, it's not about public policy. Friday, he released a Facebook post to the world, outlining, in great detail, his latest family drama between him and his ex wife.
    Congressman Mark Sanford is back in the spotlight and, once again, it's not about public policy. Friday, he released a Facebook post to the world, outlining, in great detail, his latest family drama between him and his ex wife.
Powered by WorldNow

250 International Dr.
Spartanburg, S.C. 29303

Telephone: 864.576.7777
Fax: 864.587.5430
Email: webmaster@wspa.com

Can't find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Media General Communications Holdings, LLC. A Media General Company.